ogrish


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ogrish

(ˈəʊɡərɪʃ)
adj
a variant form of ogreish
Translations
jättiläinen
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Tait (2008), sobre los espectadores del portal de Internet Ogrish, muestra que la mirada sobre la violencia extrema ha sido considerada de forma muy reduccionista, atribuyendo a los espectadores motivaciones ligadas a la patologia, la inmadurez o la inmoralidad y condenando a priori esa mirada.
Lewd ogrish sir, go dwell in a rat-fart September gazebo!
Consideration of peripheral examples such as recorded incidents of actual death that are uploaded and subsequently blocked by YouTube calls attention to the lack of acknowledgement of a wealth of shock sites (for example, bestgore.com, or the notorious ogrish. com, now rebranded as liveleak.com).
Dubai He may have been nicknamed Shrek by his Chubby Chandler management stablemates Lee Westwood and Darren Clarke, but there was nothing ogrish about the way the man from Mossel Bay, South Africa had the last laugh on Sunday at the Home of Golf, St Andrews.
In an episode reminiscent of Geoffrey of Monmouth, the Norman warrior Payne Peverel, cousin and companion to the Conqueror, wrests Blaunche Launde from an evil spirit in the body of an ogrish king called Geogmagog, who had been killed by the followers of Brutus.
In the persona of the projector the typically English civilizational malady of spleen brought on by newfangled consumerism finds an ogrish expression.